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Seipsville

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In 1760, Henry Hoagland sold land along the west side of Old Nazareth Road to a settler named Peter Seip. Shortly thereafter, in honor of Peter Seip, this area became known as Seipsville. He began building what was to be the first public house between Easton and Nazareth. Soon after its construction, the Seipsville Inn became a very popular stagecoach stop for travelers passing through the Lehigh Valley. These weary frontiersmen could sleep, eat, and enjoy an evening of gossip at the newly erected inn.

As time passed, the Seipsville Inn became a famous meeting place for many civic and political organizations. The township board of supervisors met regularly here at the Seipsville Inn. At one particular meeting, they discussed plans for creating a new township. At the time, Seipsville was part of Forks Township. So in 1857, these determined men decided to establish a new township. Named after George Palmer, the Surveyor General of Pennsylvania, it became known as Palmer Township. The details were finalized here in the meeting room located on the second floor.

Throughout much of the 20th century, the Seipsville Inn continued to serve many purposes. It was used as a polling place and a post office for township residents. In 1977, the Seipsville Inn was purchased by the late Elpedio “Pete” Pettinelli. The Pettinelli family immediately worked to restore the building to its original design. During that same year, the Seipsville Inn was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Now Seipsville has revealed its unique and original eighteenth-century architecture and stonework in a venue that provides the warm and inviting atmosphere for your corporate event, intimate gathering or banquet.

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Tammy F

·First time visit and it was wonderful. Friendly staff, clean and wonderful Lobster Roll. We will be coming back soon!

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Karen L.

Delicious, charming, friendly staff.

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Thalia Bonilla

The food was immaculate and served fresh! Tammy was a great positive person and I will be back...

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Thalia Bonilla

The food was immaculate and served fresh! Tammy was a great positive person and I will be back...

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Anonymous.

Visited 4/3/2021 Another great dinner at Seipsville. Food, atmosphere and staff were exceptional!

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Vicki Gerger

Visited 4/3/2021 Recommends The Pub at Seipsville · Great food and service. Had my daughter’s bridal shower here, they did a wonderful job. The party room with the stone walls is awesome. Lou is very nice and helpful. Definitely recommend!

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Reviewed 4/4/2021 Dined 4/1/2021

• Reviewed 4/4/2021 "Delicious food and great drink! The Seips Cod is a pan fried revelation with basil oil that is an unexpected and delightful accompaniment. Tammy was so informed and helpful in selecting drinks and desserts that complemented our food.

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The D.

Wake Dinner The Staff was very courteous and respectful at a difficult time for our Family, The food was very good . Sent on 01/07/2020

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Sharon D. ·

married on 07/20/2019 Great place to have a wedding or event We had our reception here on 7/20/19 and were extremely happy. We had about 72 guests and had a buffet dinner. We got so many compliments on the food being really great, etc. The food was hot and we really enjoyed the chicken cordon blue, prime rib and salmon in garlic butter sauce. The hor duerves were great too. Great place for a small wedding reception (under 100 people).

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Donna J. Hart Simard. ·

Wow wonderful burger. Will be back again ! And wonderful server

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Lisa Erbe Gerber · ·

We had a wonderful dinner there on Friday. Food great and people were so warm and friendly. We will definitely be back
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